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Taupua Tairāwhiti is looking for a Senior Accountant 📣

If you enjoy helping groups thrive, working with dedicated people, and want your daily mahi to make a difference, this is the job for you!

To view the full job description, or to apply, head over to our website here ⬇
https://bit.ly/3u3cdZA

Applications of CV and Cover Letter are due by COB Thursday 7th July.
Is your club or not for profit organisation seeking any of the following:
- looking to grow club membership in a diverse and inclusive way
- support with governance or committee structures
- strengthen or require financial support
- improve Health & Safety systems

If so, then Taupua Tairāwhiti Shared Services could help you. Check out their page and the services they can help with. If you wish to be part of their service click on the link and register
Taupua Tairāwhiti 📣

Earlier this year we launched our shared services initiative - Taupua Tairāwhiti.

Taupua is to support, and we're working with community organisations around Te Tairāwhiti to put the focus back on providing quality and consistent service delivery for a healthy, active and connected Tairāwhiti.

Take a look at our new webpage and check out:
🙌What Taupua Tairāwhiti is all about
👩‍💻What services are provided
🤩The benefits for organisations
🏄Organisations involved
🙋‍♀️Meet the team
🔎Register your interest

To keep up to date with Taupua Tairāwhiti mahi, check out our website ⬇
sportgisborne.org.nz/taupua-tairawhiti/

Or our new page here ⬇
Taupua Tairāwhiti

Taupua Tairāwhiti is a shared services model developed by Sport Gisborne Tairāwhiti. The aim of th The pilot will be focusing on selected organisations to provide the following services:
- Financial management
- Administration and information management
- Communications, marketing and branding

Once systems are established the aim is to expand the services to other organisations as well as expand the range of services to:
- Fundraising strategies
- Human Resource Management
- Governance and policy

If this sounds like something your organisation would like to get involved with, head over to our website and register your interest through the online form.

Tairāwhiti Wellbeing Survey 19/10/2022

Tairāwhiti Wellbeing Survey

Trust Tairāwhiti Wellbeing Survey 📣

The aim is to build comprehensive, quality data about how we’re doing as a region and to better understand the needs of our people.


Better data means Trust Tairāwhiti can invest in the areas that really matter.



Fill in the survey here ➡️

Tairāwhiti Wellbeing Survey Kei Te Pēhea Tonu Tātau? How Are We Really Doing?

13/10/2022

Regulations are being developed to support the Incorporated Societies Act 2022 that was passed in April this year 📣

The regulations will determine some of the details of the new regime, such as how societies apply for reregistration and what penalties they will face if they breach their obligations.

The consultation on regulations for the new Act is now open. The consultation runs from Tuesday 11 October to Tuesday 22 November 2022.

The New Zealand Companies Office is running a webinar:
📅Wednesday 19 October 2022
⏰2pm - 3pm
Register here ➡️https://confirmsubscription.com/h/r/74F694659D25A8302540EF23F30FEDED

This webinar is designed to help societies make an informed submission. It will:
▪Cover key changes that are expected to have the most impact on societies, and
▪Consist of a presentation, followed by Q&As where attendees will be able to ask questions about the regulations.

14/09/2022

Updated Incorporated Societies Act Webinar 📣

This webinar is an opportunity for those running incorporated societies in the sport and recreation sector to learn about the implications of the Incorporated Societies Act 2022.

📅 Thursday 15 September
⏰ 2-3pm
📍 Online, register here: https://fal.cn/3rNMJ

This webinar is an opportunity for those running incorporated societies in the sport and recreation sector to learn about the implications of the Incorporated Societies Act 2022. Passed into law on 6 April, this is designed to make incorporated societies more robust from a governance standpoint.

This webinar 👉 https://fal.cn/3rNMJ will help you understand:
1. The main changes in the new act
2. How this is an opportunity for leadership through cohesive, co-ordinated sector approach
3. The timeframe for making these changes
4. What support will be available to the sector in the form of templates, guidance and future webinars

A recording will be available to those who register.

13/09/2022

Basic Approach to Funding Applications Workshop 📣

📅 Thursday 29 September
⏰ 6.30pm - 8.30pm
📍Tui Room, Internal Affairs, Palmerston Road

Register to attend with [email protected]

CALLING ALL NOT FOR PROFIT ORGANISATIONS!
This workshop will definitely be worth attending.
Presented by Serena Foster - Community Advisor,
Internal Affairs

15/08/2022

Our Governance programme kicks off Thursday 1 September and we're on the look out for mentors and mentees 👀

Make sure you don't miss out!

Mentor registration here ⬇
https://bit.ly/3y9fDfI

Mentee registration here ⬇
https://bit.ly/3OcN8nb

Check out this view! We've been out and about lately with governance mentoring programmes beginning in Central Lakes and Canterbury in the past couple of weeks and the scenery was just WOW!

Next up we have a programme starting in Gisborne Tairāwhiti partnering with Gisborne Volunteer Centre and Taupua Tairāwhiti If you're looking for support in your governance role, this could be for you. Spaces are filling up quickly so register your interest now - https://www.mentoringfoundation.org.nz/governancementoring.

These governance mentoring programmes are a collaboration between MFNZ and Community Governance NZ.

11/08/2022

Changes to the new Incorporated Society Act 2022 📣

The new changes to the act will have some fairly significant changes for not-for-profit management and governance.

To register for upcoming webinars on how to help societies plan their re-registration, have access to resources or for more information on the changes, head over here
➡️ https://is-register.companiesoffice.govt.nz/law-changes-for-societies/

If you are a Charity there is specific information located here
➡️https://www.charities.govt.nz/news-and-events/webinars-and-videosnga-wananga-a-ipurangi-me-nga-ataata/past-webinars/incorporated-societies-act-webinar-series/

The Companies Office is hosting a free webinar on the Financial Reporting Requirements for the new Act.
📅Wednesday 24 August
⏰2pm
📱Register here https://is-register.companiesoffice.govt.nz/law-changes-for-societies/new-financial-reporting-requirements/

Perry Field Lawyers, experts in all things non-profit related, are also running free webinars on the changes:
📅Friday 12 August or Tuesday 6 September
📱Register here: https://www.parryfield.com/resources-for-the-incorporated-societies-act-2022/
❓Or check out the FAQ’s for information

Taupua Tairāwhiti are looking into helping groups plan towards compliance. We would be happy to organise and host a webinar for Tairāwhiti groups if there is an appetite for one.

26/07/2022

Want to take your Board to new heights? Or are you new to Governance and want to learn more? 🙌

Check out our upcoming Governance Training programme below ⬇

Are you an experienced Board member and interested in mentoring someone else to improve their skills? Or are you new to Governance and want to learn more?

We have hundreds of Boards and Committees in Tairāwhiti and many have been telling us they would like training in Governance to help take their Board to new heights. So, we’ve teamed up with the Mentoring Foundation NZ and Gisborne Volunteer Centre to bring a FREE peer-to-peer 6-session MENTOR and MENTEE training programme to us in Tairāwhiti.

We are looking for 12 experienced mentors who will be matched with 12 mentees based on experience, relevance and best fit relationship-wise.

Does this sound like you? or someone you know?

We’re hosting a launch for those who might be interested in the programme to learn more about it. Details will be released soon.

The programme will be commencing in September.

The mentor programme aims to build a Tairāwhiti network of skilled governance champions who can strengthen the capabilities and confidence of existing but less experienced Board members so that they can work with their Board to enhance governance processes within their organisation.

If you would like more information, please contact [email protected] or [email protected]

Mentor registration here ⬇
https://bit.ly/3y9fDfI

Mentee registration here ⬇
https://bit.ly/3OcN8nb

23/06/2022

We're looking for a part-time Senior Accountant 📣

Want to come and work with our small team that supports the Tairāwhiti Not For Profit sector?

We are working to help the many groups in our region strengthen their internal organisation, with financial management as a cornerstone of our services.

If you enjoy helping groups thrive, working with dedicated people, and want your daily mahi to make a difference, this is the job for you!

We need a Senior Accountant who works with the Junior Accountant to provide guidance, final authority, End of Year financial statements and tax/GST returns, and can act as a Tax Agent.

Training and building capability as well as delivering stellar services would be a benefit.

To view the full job description, or to apply, head over to our website here ⬇
https://sportgisborne.org.nz/job-opportunity/taupua-tairawhiti-senior-accountant/

Applications of CV and Cover Letter are due by COB Sunday 17 July.

22/06/2022

Are you an experienced Board member and interested in mentoring someone else to improve their skills? Or are you new to Governance and want to learn more?

We have hundreds of Boards and Committees in Tairāwhiti and many have been telling us they would like training in Governance to help take their Board to new heights. So, we’ve teamed up with the Mentoring Foundation NZ and Gisborne Volunteer Centre to bring a FREE peer-to-peer 6-session MENTOR and MENTEE training programme to us in Tairāwhiti.

We are looking for 12 experienced mentors who will be matched with 12 mentees based on experience, relevance and best fit relationship-wise.

Does this sound like you? or someone you know?

We’re hosting a launch for those who might be interested in the programme to learn more about it. Details will be released soon.

The programme will be commencing in September.

The mentor programme aims to build a Tairāwhiti network of skilled governance champions who can strengthen the capabilities and confidence of existing but less experienced Board members so that they can work with their Board to enhance governance processes within their organisation.

If you would like more information, please contact [email protected] or [email protected]

Mentor registration here ⬇
https://bit.ly/3y9fDfI

Mentee registration here ⬇
https://bit.ly/3OcN8nb

30/05/2022

We're excited to announce that we are onboarding another four Marae from Rongowhakaata Iwi Trust 👏

They will join their existing Marae, Te Pahou, that we currently work with.

The four Marae are:
◾️ Ohako
◾️ Whakato
◾️ Manutuke
◾️ Te Kuri a Tuatai

If you're a community organisation that is interested in being involved, head over to our website and register your interest ⬇
sportgisborne.org.nz/taupua-tairawhiti/

20/04/2022

We would like to introduce our four new organisations that we'll be working with 📣

▪️Ngāti Porou Surf Lifesaving
▪️Tokomaru Bay Sports Club
▪️Poverty Bay Hockey
▪️Tairāwhiti Rugby League

They will join the ten existing organisations that we currently work with 👏

Nāu te rourou, nāku te rourou, ka ora ai te iwi - With your basket and my basket together, the people will thrive!

16/03/2022

The Community Organisation Grants Scheme (COGS) provides government-funded grants to support voluntary and not-for-profit organisations working in local communities and neighbourhoods.

The funding round opens Wednesday 20 April and closes on Wednesday 18 May.

For more information about COGS and how to apply click on the links below.

CLOSED

Tēnā koutou katoa and greetings!

Do you live within the boundaries of Tairāwhiti Gisborne, or are you part of a community group located in this area? – The local Community Organisation Grants Scheme committee would like to invite you to contribute to the local COGS priorities for 2022.

The Community Organisation Grants Scheme (COGS) provides government-funded grants to support voluntary and not-for-profit organisations working in local communities and neighbourhoods.
Due to the current COVID situation, the usual COGS public meeting has been replaced with a survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/97HDWJK - This quick survey is open till Thursday 25th March.

What is COGS?
• COGS funds a wide range of non-profit, community-driven social services and projects, from Riding for the Disabled to toy libraries to programmes for teenagers in remote rural areas.
• Grants can provide support for smaller groups and those with limited access to other funding, as well as supporting new and established initiatives.
• Most of the grants COGS distributes are for $3000 or less and are the lifeblood of many small groups trying to make a difference in their community. Throughout New Zealand, 37 local COGS committees distribute this government funding to support community-owned and community-driven social services and projects that contribute to the development of vibrant and sustainable whanau, hapū, iwi and communities.
• Funding Round Opens: 20 April, closes 18 May. Funding decisions by 31 July.

For more information about COGS and how to apply click: https://www.communitymatters.govt.nz/community-organisations-grants-scheme/
For queries call 0800 824 824 to leave a voicemail message and we will get back to you as soon as we can OR email [email protected]

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2022 teina (mentee) profiles 10/02/2022

2022 teina (mentee) profiles

Tuakana Teina Chair Mentoring Programme 📣

To support the vision of community organisations in Aotearoa New Zealand to be well governed, Community Governance NZ and the Institute of Directors (IoD) have formed a new partnership, to form the Tuakana Teina Chair Mentoring Programme. This collaboration aims to strengthen and support the community governance sector.

A massive congratulations, to the 25 successful mentees, 2 are from Tairāwhiti:
▪️ Dan Croskery - Chair of Gisborne Boardriders
▪️ Eloise Wallace - Chair Museums Aotearoa

We worked closely with Dan in submitting his application and are thrilled he is now part of this new programme. His experience will help inform Taupua Tairāwhiti on best practice for establishing a local governance programme here in Tairāwhiti.

We wish both Dan and Eloise all the best as they embark on the next phase of their governance journey. We are so pleased that IOD selected some regional participants as part of their first intake.

You can view the teina (mentee) profiles here
➡️ https://bit.ly/3B7Hxc5

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11/01/2022

So, what are the benefits of the shared services pilot for organisations that are involved?

☎️Specialist expert resource on-call
📈Increased time spent on growing their membership base
👨‍👩‍👧‍👦More time to plan to reach participants who face access barriers
💲Improving financial security and club sustainability
👩‍💻Increased efficiency and quality of back-office support and services
Flexible platform providing scalable demand-based services
🛑One-stop shop for services
🙋‍♀️Reduced burn-out and loss of sporting board members and leadership
💰More organisations who can meet the Charity Commission and funders financial reporting requirements
✅Improved quality of service delivery including Health & Safety and legal compliance

If you're a community organisation that is interested in being involved, head over to our website and register your interest ⬇
sportgisborne.org.nz/taupua-tairawhiti/

14/12/2021

The aim of the Taupua Tairāwhiti initiative is to provide a fit-for-purpose entity that offers a range of services for the sporting community and not-for-profit sector. So that organisations can create, sustain and manage high quality consistent service delivery now, and into the future.

The shared services that will be provided to selected organisations are the following:
💰Financial management
🗂Administration and information management
👩‍💻Communications, branding and marketing

Once systems are established, the aim is to expand the services to other organisations as well as expand the range of services to:
💸Fundraising strategies
👫Financial and Strategic Planning
📋Governance and policy

If you're a community organisation that is interested in being involved, head over to our website and register your interest ⬇
sportgisborne.org.nz/taupua-tairawhiti/

30/11/2021

A massive ngā mihi to The Sunrise Foundation and their grant that allowed us to purchase IT equipment 👩‍💻

This funding has been pivotal in getting us set up and able to hit the ground running. We are so appreciative about the collective impact this will have for our community organisations.

If you're a community organisation that is interested in being involved, head over to our website and register your interest ⬇
sportgisborne.org.nz/taupua-tairawhiti/

22/11/2021

Taupua Tairāwhiti – Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti

Taupua Tairāwhiti 📣

Earlier this year we launched our shared services initiative - Taupua Tairāwhiti.

Taupua is to support, and we're working with community organisations around Te Tairāwhiti to put the focus back on providing quality and consistent service delivery for a healthy, active and connected Tairāwhiti.

Take a look at our new webpage and check out:
🙌What Taupua Tairāwhiti is all about
👩‍💻What services are provided
🤩The benefits for organisations
🏄Organisations involved
🙋‍♀️Meet the team
🔎Register your interest

To keep up to date with Taupua Tairāwhiti mahi, check out our website ⬇
sportgisborne.org.nz/taupua-tairawhiti/

Taupua Tairāwhiti – Sport Gisborne Tairawhiti The aim of the Shared Services initiative is to provide a fit-for-purpose entity that offers a range of services for the sporting community and not-for-profit sector. So that organisations can create, sustain and manage high quality consistent service delivery now, and into the future.

Telephone

Address

Level 1, 74 Grey Street
Gisborne
4010

Opening Hours

Monday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Tuesday 8:30am - 4:30pm
Wednesday 8:30am - 4:30pm

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